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The tourist from the East had stopped to change tires in a desolate
region of the far South. "I suppose," he remarked to a native onlooker,
"that even in these isolated parts the bare necessities of life have
risen tremendously in price?"

"Y'er right, stranger," replied the native, "and it ain't worth drinkin'
when ye get it."

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